Watford has confirmed the sacking of their manager Rob Edwards after 10 games, MySportDab reports.
Rob Edwards has been unable to help the Championship side so much in terms of their results and that has resulted in them making the next move.
The recently Premier League relegated side are fighting to hold their ground in the top half of the Championship table since the beginning of the season.
Things haven’t worked out despite the additions they have in the team which the results are still the same without any improvement coming from them.
Rob Edwards has played just 10 games which haven’t been too good for the team who have struggled a lot in all areas.
Slaven Bilic is expected to take over the vacant role in the coming days as talks are already going on concerning a contract.
The team are looking to rebuild on their bad form with a new manager who will be announced once the contract is completed.
According to reports coming from The Telegraph they confirmed Rob Edwards has been sacked by Watford who are struggling.
Here Is What Was Said:
Exclusive: Watford sack Rob Edwards as head coach and will appoint Slaven Bilic. @JBurtTelegraph.
Rob Edwards last game in charge of Watford was a 2-2 draw against Sunderland which was another of their poor result.
They were also subject to a bad game against Blackburn Rovers which they lost 2-0 and the fans seems to be turning against the team.
Watford are currently placed 10th on the table and the club owner feels that isn’t good enough as they want to get promotion to Premier League.
Rob Edwards sack will be made official via Watford social media accounts as they are waiting to finalize everything before making a statement to the public for the next step they are set to make.